A terminally sick man who was arrested for mooning a velocity digicam believes Banksy is behind a brand new mural depicting police difficult Bart Simpson for baring his backside.
Darrell Meekcom hit the headlines earlier this week after footage confirmed him being wrestled to the bottom by six cops following his cheeky stunt in Kidderminster.
The 55-year-old stated it was on his bucket record to indicate his bottom to a velocity digicam – however a police officer who witnessed it didn’t see the humorous facet and reported him for indecent publicity.
Now, graffiti showing to check with the incident has appeared in a subway in Kidderminster – and Mr Meekcom believes well-known artist Banksy is behind it.
The road paintings reveals Bart Simpson along with his shorts pulled down to show his backside, as two cops elevate their batons to strike the cartoon character.
“Thanks Banksy!” Mr Meekham wrote on Fb, as he posted a photograph of himself posing subsequent to the mural.
He later instructed the BBC: “It’s improbable.
“It’s so nicely thought out… it’s principally descriptive, it’s intelligent.”
Mr Meekcom has written an inventory of issues he desires to do earlier than he dies after he was identified with a number of system atrophy, a terminal situation which impacts the nervous system.
He additionally has Parkinson’s illness and kidney failure.
Mr Meekcom stated he dropped his trousers on the cell velocity digicam van on Stourbridge Highway in Kidderminster whereas his spouse went to purchase some bread from the grocery store.
He was arrested and brought into custody and has since been launched beneath investigation on suspicion of indecent publicity and harmful driving.
Mr Meekcom – who additionally has a bungee bounce and parachuting on his bucket record – has reported the incident to the Impartial Workplace for Police Conduct.
West Mercia Police Superintendent Mark Colquhoun stated he was “glad that applicable motion was taken by officers”.